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Table of Contents 



Poem 


3 


Dedication 


4 


Recognition 


5 


Administration 


8-9 


Organizations 


12-18 


Freshmen 


20-23 


Juniors 


26-28 


Seniors 


30-63 


Senior Group Picture 


64-65 


Remember Whens . . . 


66-67 


Senior Superlatives 


68-69 


Class Will 


70 


Senior Baby Pictures 


72-73 


Advertising 


76-87 


Epilogue 


88 



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REACHING TOWARD OUR CELEBRATION 



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the days I thought 
Could never end are gone. 
All the days that 
seemed so far away have passed. 
All the loves I thought 
would last forever 
have died. 

So many happy moments 
are now happy memories, 
But . . . I still have tomorrows 
filled with the 
hope of things to come. 
And although I watch the sunset now, 
I know it will rise again. 
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DEDICA TION 



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Dear Family and Loved Ones, 

You have celebrated and struggled with us through three years of nurses' training. 
You were there to share our joy when we received our letters of acceptance. And you 
were there to lift us out of the depths of depression when we discovered that nurses' 
training wasn't quite what we expected it to be. You listened patiently to our 
glowing accounts of first injections and completed projects. You were there to offer 
support when care plans brought despair. Many were the times you gave us confi- 
dence and courage to go on. 

We haven't forgotten the little things you've done. You helped us move our 
belongings to and from the residence five times. You supported our class by buying 
items which we sold as money-making projects. And occasionally you slipped home- 
made cookies into our suitcases! 

We want to apologize for the times when our patience wore thin and our tempers 
flared. We were and are grateful for all you've done. 

And now, as we move our belongings from the residence for the last time, as we 
close our books and accept our stripes we pause to dedicate our yearbook to you. May 
this dedication in some small way repay you for the love and support you have shared 
so freely. 

Lovingly, 

Your Student Nurse 



Recognition 



We, the class of 1982, recognize what an important role you, our housemothers, play here at WHSN. Your cheery 
smiles welcomed us at the desk so many times. We've joked and laughed with you and for these times we are truly grate- 
ful. Then there were the times when nobody else would listen and you were there to care, listen patiently and lovingly of- 
fer us a bit of hope. We always felt relieved after sharing our burdens with you and shedding some tears. On the other 
hand, when you were feeling down — these times were rather rare — we felt honored to share your griefs and pains. 

Remember all the secrets we shared? Remember the times we were so happy and excited that it took us an hour to 
change our pegs because we were so busy telling you the latest news? Remember the times we couldn't stand to study 
one more minute and we would invariably show up at the desk for a chat? We will remember those moments because it is 
partially these close relationships that made the struggle bearable and worthwhile. 

It takes a special, talented person to be a mother-away-from-home, but if we were asked to make a list of capable can- 
didates, five names would appear at the top of our list: "Mrs. C.,' 1 "Mrs. B.," "Minnie", "Judy," and "Helen." 

We wish to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all you have done and for just being you. We will miss you. 






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HOUSEMOTHERS/ 
ADMIN I ST RA TION 





Hospital Administration 

S.J. Rudasill, III; Asst. Administrator; F.J. Tripoli, V. President and Controller; C.R. 
Waxman, President; R.B. Greene, V. President and Administrator 




Nursing Education 



Mrs. Eleanor Derr, Asst. Director; Miss Jean C. Balliet, Director of Nursing Educa- 
tion; Mr. Bernard Downey, Guidance Counselor and Yearbook Advisor. 




Housemothers 

Mrs. Dolly Bollinger, Mrs. Helen McCarty, Mrs. Gladys Celli- 
ni, Mrs. Minnie Ulmer. Not pictured: Mrs. Judy Plankenhorn 




Secretaries 



Mrs. Constance Perry, Financial Aid Officer; Miss Ann Mal- 
kin, Miss Patricia Reeder, Secretaries. 




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ORGANIZATIONS 




Historian 

Teresa Artley 



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Robin Welker Duttry, Pam Conrad 



Student Services 

Pam Conrad, Vickie Lenhart 



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Social Committee 

P. Conrad, L. Fry, T. Artley, L. Wagner, L. Jacobs 



Recognition 

Deborah Blosser 




Snap Legislature 

Teresa Artley, Kylinn Stone, Sheila Schwab 



Publicity and Recruitment 

Don Swanson, Millie Sheatler 



13 




Fire Wardens 

P. Conrad, L. Wagner, D. Swanson, M. Sheatler 




Curriculum 

Judy Novicki, Laurie Doty Wagner 



Finance 

Sheila Schwab, Kylinn Stone 



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Nominations 

Kylinn Stone, Sheila Schwab, Barbie Hoover 



Library 

Lynn Jacobs 




Judiciary 

D. Swanson, S. Holcolm, M. Sheatler, L. Weinhardt 



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Clinical Incident 

Robin Welker Duttry, Millie Sheatler 



Greivance 

Mark McDonald, Robin Welker Duttry 




NCF 

C. Gross, B. Stoltzfus, D. Blosser, B. Furtak, J. Burd, A. Bartlow, B. Hoover, 
S. Schwab 



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Executive Board 

On floor: B. Furtak, M. Lecker, C. Wilkins, T. Artley, D. Blosser, R. Duttry; sitting: B. 
Hoover, C. Holt, P. Conrad, M. Hofer, P. Cartwright, S. Schwab; standing: D. Swanson, 
S. Holcolm, K. Stone 




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B. Hoover, P. Erdley, C. Holt, L. Jacobs, D. Swanson, M. Hofer, S. Erickson, K. Stone, T. 
Artley, S. Schwab 



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Yearbook 




Row 1: Lori Burger, Laurie Doty Wagner, Lynn Jacobs, Deb Blosser, Pam Conrad; Row 2: Sheila Schwab, 
Brenda Furtak, Peggy Cartwright, Denise Nihart, Cheryl Holt, Kylinn Stone, Mary Ellen McKissick 



1982 Staff 

Editors in Chief: Peggy Cartwright 

Cheryl Holt 
Business Editor: Sheila Schwab 
Typing Editor: Pam Conrad 
Layout Editor: Brenda Furtak 
Photography Editor: Kylinn Stone 

Senior Staff: Laurie Doty Wagner, Lynn Jacobs, Denise Nihart, Debbie 
Blosser, Mary Ellen McKissick 

Junior Staff: Millie Sheatler 

Freshman Staff: Stephanie Kreisher, Lori Burger, Kim Moyer 



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FRESHMEN 




Freshman Instructors 

Ms. Nancy Hood, Miss Adrianne Avillion, Miss Karen Peter- 
man 




Freshman Class Officers 

Heather McCormick, Pamela Bitner, Sharon Longnecker, John 
Hlavnicka 



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Kathy Ale 

Inez Alvord 

Pamela Bitner 

Joyce Brosius 



Lori Burger 

Patty Erdley 

Sandy Erickson 

Lou Ellen Fry 

Linda Gamble 



Margaret Good 

Anne Gordon 

Cynthia Gross 

Karen Haas 

Lora Hazel 



Jane Hinkle 

John Hlavnicki 

Patricia Hoffman 

Kim Jasper 



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Tammy Johnson 
Stephanie Kreisher 

Cynthia Lehman 
Sharon Longnecker 
Heather McCormick 



Sandy Nace 
Judith Novicki 
Karen Pavlick 
Janice Punako 

Cindy Reigle 



Michele Rodgers 

Kimberly Shuey 

Kimberly Shurock 

Greg Snyder 

Sharon Souter 



Melissa Unger 

Joan Vonada 

Louise Whitmoyer 

Brenda Zinck 



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School Activities 




Birthday Parties 



Christmas Party 



Play for Student Org. 




Striping 



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Bridal Showers 




Special Dinners 



Graduation 



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JUNIORS 





Surgery Instructors 



Mrs. Maria Gustafson, Mrs. Kathy Temple 



Mental Health Instructors 



Mrs. Mary Ellen Rosencrance, Mrs. Susan Troxel 




Rehabilitative Nursing Instructors 

Mrs. Shirley Siegfried; not pictured: Mrs. Shirley Younj 



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Junior Class Officers 




Barbara Philbin Millie Sheatler 



Lisa Smith 



Diane Wurm 



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SENIORS 



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Critical Care Nursing Instructors 



Maternity Nursing Instructors 



Mrs. Jeanne Dunkle, Miss Judy Coup 



Mrs. Patricia Jansson, Mrs. Lori Cook-Stabley 




Pediatric Nursing Instructors 



Senior Class Officers 



Mrs. Mary Ann Keller, Mrs. Peggy Konieczny 



Barbie Hoover, Pres.; Gwen Stamets, Sec; Denise Nihart, 
Treas.; Cheryl Holt, Project Chairman. Not pictured, 
Robin Welker-Duttry, V. Pres. 



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I shall be telling this with a sigh 
Somewhere ages and ages hence; 
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I 
I took the one less traveled by, 
And that has made all the difference. 
Robert Frost 




Mary Altebrando 

Mary 




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Friendship has a special 
meaning when you have 
someone with whom to share 
. . . tears 
as well as laughter 

. . . fears 
as well as dreams 
and silence 
when the time for words 
is past. 

Anonymous 




Teresa Artley 
Tes 





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Often your tasks will be many, 

And more than you think you can do . . . 

Often the road will be rugged 
And the hills insurmountable, too . . . 
But always remember, 
the hills ahead 
Are never as steep as they seem, 
And with Faith in your heart 
Start upward 
And climb 'til you reach your dream, 
For nothing in life that is worthy 
Is ever too hard to achieve 

If you have the courage to try it 
And you have the Faith to believe . . . 
For Faith is a force that is greater 

Than Knowledge or power or skill 
And many defeats turn to triumph 
If you trust in God's wisdom and will . . . 

For Faith is a mover of mountains, 
There's nothing that God cannot do, 
So start out today 

with Faith in your heart 
And "Climb Til Your Dream Comes True!' 




Alice Jane Bartlow 
Alice 




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To accomplish great things, 
we must not only act but also dream, 
not only plan but also believe. 
Anatole Fiance 




Constance Barto 
Connie 





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Lord, make me a 

channel of thy peace 
That where there is hatred 

I may bring love, 
That where there is wrong 

I may bring the 

spirit of forgiveness, 
That where there is discord 

I may bring harmony, 
That where there is error 

I may bring truth, 
That where there is doubt 

I may bring faith, 
That where there is despair 

I may bring hope, 
That where there are shadows 

I may bring thy light, 
That where there is sadness 

I may bring joy. 




Sandra Berkheiser 
Sandy 




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. . . Forgetting those things which are behind, 
and reaching forth toward what is ahead, I press 
on toward the goal for the prize of the high calling 
of God in Christ Jesus. 
Phil. 3:13-14 





Deborah Blosser 
DB 





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"Resolve to Keep Happy" 

Be happy, talk happiness. Happiness calls 
out responsive gladness in others. 
There is enough sadness in the world 
without yours . . . Never doubt the 
excellence and permanence of what 
is yet to be. 

. . . Join the great company of those 
who make the barren places of 
life fruitful with kindness . . . 

Your success and happiness lie 
in you . . . The great enduring realities 
are love and service . . . Resolve 
to keep happy, and your joy and 
you shall form an invincible host 
against difficulties. 

Helen Keller 




Janet Burd 
Jan 




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As a little girl I dreamed 
Of the nurse I wished to be 
I talked about it often 
As I sat on daddy's knee 

Now that I am all grown up 
My goal is just in sight 
For in a short time I will be 
An angel dressed in white. 

Margaret Cartwright 




Peggy Cartwright 
Piglet 





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High on this mountain 
The clouds down below 
I'm feeling so strong and alive 
From this rocky perch 
I'll continue to search 
For the wind 
And the snow 
And the sky 

And I want to live in the sun 
And do all the things that I have never done. 
Dan Fogelberg 




Kathy Coleman 
Kathy 



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Look well to this day, 
For yesterday is but a dream 
And tomorrow is only a vision. 
But today, well lived, 

Makes every yesterday a dream of happiness, 
Every tomorrow a vision of hope. 
Unknown 




Pamela Conrad 
Pam 





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If you can imagine it — 
You can achieve it. 
If you can dream it — 
You can become it! 

William Arthur Wood 




Colleen Crowley 
Colleen 




41 



And I'm only just beginning 
to believe what you have done 
How you turned it upside down 
This world of mine 
And it seems while I was looking 
It was right in front of me 
All the time. 

Justin Hayward (Moody Blues) 




Robin Welker-Duttry 
Robino 





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"Blessed be God, even the Father of 
our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, 
and the God of all comfort; who 
comforteth us in all our tribulation, that 
we may be able to comfort them which 
are in any trouble, by the comfort 
where with we ourselves are comforted 
of God." 

II Corinthians 1:3 & 4 




Brenda Furtak 
Bren 




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I used to think it was only me, 

Feeling alone not feeling free, 

To be alive, to be a friend. 

Now I know we all love stormy weathers, 

I'll be your friend to the very end. 




Marsha Hofer 
Marsha 





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This life is yours 

Take the power 

to choose what you want to do 

and do it well 

Take the power 

to love what you want in life 

and love it honestly 

Take the power 

to walk in the forest 

and be a part of nature 

Take the power 

to control your own life 

No one else can do it for you 

Take the power 

to make your life happy. 

Susan Polis Schutz 




Cheryl Holt 
Cherell 




45 



I have to live with myself, and so 
I want to be fit for myself to know. 
I want to be able as time goes by 
Always to look myself in the eye. 
I don't want to stand with the setting sun 
And hate myself for the things I've done. 

I don't want to hide on a closet shelf 
A lot of secrets about myself, 
And fool myself as I come and go 
Into thinking that no one else will know 
The kind of woman I really am 
I don't want to cover myself with sham 
I want to go out with my head erect 
I want to deserve all men's respect. 
Here in this battle for fame and self 
I want to be able to like myself. 
I don't want to look at myself and know 
That I'm bluster and bluff and empty show. 

For I cannot hide myself from Me 
Nor from my God who loveth me 
And Knoweth all I say and do, — 
So to Him I would e'er be true. 
I want to live so honestly 
That He will be well pleased with me. 




Barbie Hoover 
Hoovey 









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To dream a nurses dream is a dream that 
not all can follow, 

To help curve, restore and comfort is our 
biggest trial; 

To go on when our bodies are too weary to 
smile no matter how hopeless the 
patients outcome may be, 

And to pray the Lord shows us guidance 
when death is ever so near; 

This is our quest to follow our dream 
no matter how unrewarding some days 
may seem 

And I know the world is better by far 
becuase a nurse goes forth with love 
and devotion to reach a nurses dream. 




Saralynn Jacobs 
Lynn 







47 



Success is to be measured not so much 
by the position that one has reached 

in life as by the obstacles which he 
has overcome while trying to succeed. 
Booker T. Washington 




Mary Jo Lecker 
MJ 





48 




So, we'll go no more a roving 

So late into the night, 
Though the heart be still as loving 

And the moon be still as bright. 

For the sword wears its sheath. 
And the soul wears out the breast. 

And the heart must pause to breathe, 
And love itself have rest. 

Though the night was made for loving. 
And the day returns too soon. 

Yet we'll go no more a roving 
By the light of the moon. 

George Gordon Byron 




Vickie Lenhart 
Vic 




49 



. . . With every step and every breath 
it's farther from youth and closer to death 
and the things I've realized now becon me to shut 
my eyes and I will grow to the age of maybe eighty 
years in such little time with this venturous 
mind what am I saying, don't I know myself from 
experience I'll never change nor cease to sail 
the sky till the day I die. I'll come to 
conclusion with fear or illusion, I'll 
live how I feel 'cause no matter how fast 
or slow, youth will go. 
Gino Vannelli 




Mark McDonald 
Mark 





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In three years time, you've grown, 
Sympathy, empathy, these seeds were sown. 
With each passing month, we've heard you sigh, 
Sometimes a tear or an out and out cry. 

The winds of time forever blow 
and sweep away the tears that flow. 
It doesn't mean that you forget. 
But hope and love you beget. 

What you have learned and what you have done. 
Has proved a point to everyone. 
Each one of us has a special need, 
For you it was but to succeed. 

To this noble end, doing your best. 
You've overcome the odds and passed the test. 
The time of truth will now begin, 
We finally can call you, our RN. 
Dad 











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Janine 




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Tomorrow is a dream that leads me onward 
tomorrow is a path I've yet to choose, 
it's a chance I've yet to take, 
a friend I've yet to make, 
it's all the talent I have yet to use. 
Tomorrow is a dream that leads me onward, 
always just a step ahead of me . . . 
it's the joy I've yet to know, 
the love I've yet to show, 
for it's the person I have yet to be. 
Karen Ravn 




Mary Ellen McKissick 
Hairy 








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The glory of friendship is not an out 
stretched hand, nor the kindly smile, 
nor the joy of companionship; it is 
the spirited inspiration that comes 
to one when he discovers that someone 
else believes in him and is willing 
to trust him. 

Ralph Waldo Emerson 




Sharon Miller 
Sharon 




53 



Forget about the days 

when it's been cloudy, 
but don't forget your hours in the sun . . 
Forget about the times 
you've been defeated, 
but don't forget the victories you've won. 
Forget about mistakes 

that you can't change now, 
but don't forget the lessons 
that you've learned . . . 
Forget about misfortunes 
you've encountered, 
but don't forget the times 
your luck has turned. 
Forget about the days 

when you've been lonely, 
but don't forget 

the friendly smiles you've seen . . . 
Forget about the plans 

that didn't seem to work out right, 
but don't forget to always have a dream. 
Amanda Bradley 




Denise Nihart 

Neese 





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ITHACA 

When you start on your journey, then pray 
that the road is long, full of adventure, full 
of knowledge. Do not fear Laestrygonians 
. . . pray that the road is long, that you 
will enter parts seen for the first time 
with such pleasure, with such joy ... to 
learn and learn again from those who 
have knowledge. Always keep Ithaca fixed in 
your mind . . . your ultimate goal. But do not 
hurry the voyage ... it is better to let it 
last . . . until . . . you anchor at your island, 
rich with all you have gained along the 
way . . . Ithaca has given you a beautiful journey 
. . . without her you would have never taken 
the road. 

— CZERNY — 




Nancy Panko 
Nancy 




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Understanding 
Not more of light I ask, O God, 

But eyes to see what is: 
Not sweeter songs, but ears to hear 

The present melodies: 
Not more of strength, but how to use 

The power that I possess: 
Not more of love, but skill to turn 

A frown to a caress: 
Not more of joy, but how to feel 

Its kindly presence near 
To give to others all I have 

Of courage and of cheer. 
No other gifts, dear God, I ask. 

But only sense to see 
How best these precious gifts to use 

Thou hast bestowed on me. 
Unknown 




Sheila Schwab 
Eila 





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"For God so loved the world, 
that he gave his only begotten Son 
that who so ever believeth in him, 
they should not perish but have everlasting 
Life." 

St. John 3:16 




Tanya Smith 
Tanya 




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That Woman is a Success . . . 

Who loves life 
and lives it to the fullest; 
who has discovered and shared 

the strengths and talents 
that are uniquely her own; 
who puts her best into each task 
and leaves each situation 
better than she found it; 

who seeks and finds 

that which is beautiful 
in all people . . . and all things; 

whose heart is full of love 
and warm with compassion; 
who has found joy in living 
and peace within herself. 

Barbara J. Burrow 




Gwendolyn Stamets 
Gwen 





58 




A fool will lose tomorrow, 
reaching back for 
yesterday. 

Dionne Warwick 




Sandra Stanzione 
Sandy 



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You were there when tears were flowing 
freely, telling me it would be alright. 

You helped to lessen the disappointments 
by sharing them with me. 

You listened to my complaints and gave 
me support. 

You were there to share the joys and the 
new experiences. 

You have given me encouragement, 
confidence, and many happy memories. 

Thanks to you, Mom, Dad, Bryce, all my 
friends here at school and my relatives 
these past three years have quickly gone by. 
Kylinn 




Kylinn Stone 
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All living things have an elemental goodness, 
but in mankind, his true nature is often 
largely submerged like a log in the river, 
by the environment he has created about 
him. But simply because it is submerged 
does not mean that idealism does not exist 
and despite times of pessimism I think 
the day will come when that idealism is 
allowed its full function and flowering. 
Albert Schweitzer 




Donald Swanson 
Swany 




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One night I had a dream. I was walking 
along the beach with the Lord and across 
the sky flashed scenes from my life. 
For each scene, I noticed two sets of 
footprints in the sand, one belonged to 
me, and the other to the Lord. I noticed 
that in the lowest and most difficult 
times in my life there was only one set 
of footprints. This disturbed me and I 
asked the Lord about it. The Lord replied, 
"My precious, precious child, I love you, 
and would never, never leave you during 
your times of trials and suffering. When 
you see only one set of footprints, it 
was then that I carried you." 
Unknown 




Laurie Doty Wagner 
Laurie 





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"The Love Of Parents" 

There is no greater gift in life 
Than the love our parents give, 

It's a wonderful example 
Of the way that we should live, 

It helps us trust in others, 
To be kind and show concern, 

For the love our parents give 
Helps us love others in return. 

R. W. Lawrence 
In honor of my parents and their love, for 
without it, I would never have made it. 




Linda Weinhardt 
Linda 




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The Class 




Row 1 : Tanya Smith, Mary Jo Lecker, Constance Barto, Nancy Panko, Lynn Jacobs; Row 2: Robin Welker Duttry, Ja- 
net Burd, Pamela Conrad, Janine McGill, Teresa Artley; Row 3: Vickie Lenhart, Sandra Stanzione, Barbie Hoover, 
Denise Nihart, Mary Altebrando 



0/1982 




Row 1: Deborah Blosser, Alice Bartlow, Marsha Hofer, Kylinn Stone, Laurie Doty Wagner, Mary Ellen McKissick; 
Row 2: Brenda Furtak, Sheila Schwab, Kathy Coleman, Sandra Berkheiser, Sharon Miller, Colleen Crowley; Row 3: 
Cheryl Holt, Linda Weinhardt, Peggy Cartwright, Gwendolyn Stamets, Mark McDonald, Donald Swanson 



Remember Whens: 



Remember when Peggy And Debbie did PRN breathing on the bus. 

Remember when Denise called the spermatic cord the "spasmotic cord" in surgery with Dr. Yasui. 

Remember when Janet hung X-rays upside down in the OR for Dr. Todhunter. 

Remember when Peggy misunderstood the rehab staff, thinking they were sending her patient down to be 

castrated when in actuality he was being casted. 
Remember when Denise and Barbie's room got bombarded one night after war broke out between room 323 

and 320. 
Remember when we gave our first injections. 
Remember when Linda, Robin, and Peggy went swimming in April of '80 with clothes and glasses on and 

Peggy slid down the mud bank in typical pig fashion. 
Remember all of our surprise parties. 

Remember the eternal popcorn bashes at all hours of the night. 
Remember when Brenda offered a bedpan to a patient with a catheter. 
Remember the toga party in our freshman year. 
Remember the countdown of weeks, then days. 
Remember the clothing swaps. 

Remember fashion shows in front of the mirrors before going out. 
Remember riding to DPH in Don's car holding the door shut with his six foot scarf. 
Remember male visitation, here today, gone tomorrow. 
Remember holding Miss Balliet on the stryker frame. 
Remember the dust bunnies that invaded our rooms. 
Remember when we toured Debbie Wasson's half of the room. 
Remember the notorious wave from the tetanus movie. 
Remember how hard it was to get a phone at 1 1 pm on a Wednesday. 
Remember the day Debbie B. didn't get any mail. 

Remember the excitement that ran through your body when the mail was in. 
Remember when Mrs. G. told DB to pull "it" tight when doing a male catheterization and DB thought she was 

going to pull it off. 
Remember the unknown thief that stole bra's and socks from the laundry room on a regular basis. 
Remember when Pam tried taking a blood pressure with the cuff inside out. 
Remember Brenda's eternal singing in the shower. 
Remember short sheeted beds. 
Remember when Kylinn asked her patient if she was ready to brush her teeth only to find out the woman didn't 

have any. 
Remember when Sue encountered a hair ball climbing up the shower wall. 
Remember when Denise and Tes took Rice Krispie showers. 

Remember when someone hogged under RWD door and the bedspread had to be washed. 
Remember coming back from volleyball games and dancing to "Another one Bites the Dust" 
Remember the exercise group that came to a quick halt when we started surgery. 
Remember when Mrs. Gustafson lectured for four hours on the abnormalities of the uterus while pointing to a 

diagram of the bladder. 
Remember when Tanya called Mrs. Gustafson Mrs. Gussie to her face. 
Remember when Sheila got so upset with the juniors that she smashed a pear on her knee. 
Remember GABROVSEK!!!! 
Remember long night talks with roommates. 



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Remember the night Linda tried to jump down the laundry shoot. 

Remember when Steve Corbin said that it was micro-orgasms that caused infections. 

Remember when Colleen and Mary Ellen were told they had floppy hair. 

Remember Mary Ellen and her very own sparkler party as a freshman. 

Remember our play, "He's having a baby". 

Remember banging on walls when neighbors were loud. 

Remember Colleen's robust voice. 

Remember when Sandy and Colleen held conversations from opposite ends of the hall. 

Remember when Brenda and Denise couldn't stop saying, "I don't want to be here." And someone was sure to 

reply, "Neither do I." 
Remember when L.J. was healthy. (Neither do we) 
Remember Linda's graceful fall up on post partum. 

Remember when it didn't click in the fifth week . . . and it still wasn't clicking in week nine. 
Remember Gwen's and Peggy's Gussie kite and Gwen's own personal Gussie whacker. 
Remember when Mrs. G asked Denise a question and her reply was, "Because they don't!" 
Remember when Tes didn't know which X-ray was a lateral view for Dr. Amsler. 
Remember when Sheila was attacked by a wild killer spider plant in her sleep. 
Remember when Janet was sure there was a hampster in her bed. 
Remember when Lynn finally got to use her own vacuum cleaner. 
Remember the times that both the washer and dryer worked. 

Remember when Sandy S. woke Colleen up and had to be treated in the EmR for verbal abuse. 
Remember when there was a fire drill and L.J. slept right through it. 
Remember when we got in trouble for initiating the freshman as juniors. 
Remember careplan week. 

Remember when Lynn accidentally dyed her hair purple. 
Remember Mary Ellen's bird, "Luke" 

Remember the mad rush to the TV lounge at three PM to watch "General Hospital" 
Remember the "Seniors Only" striping ceremony. 

Remember when Janet demonstrated her parking skills to Denise and Deb at Mister Donut's. 
Remember when Alice started staying weekends. 
Remember when Janet danced on her bed with Santa Claus. 
Remember when Alice had a ladder in her room. 

Remember the horny toad award, and Kylinn got it twice in one month's time. 
Remember when you could hear Sandy S's or Colleen's phone conversations with your door shut and a pillow 

over your head. 
Remember how Cheryl corrupted us all. 

Remember when Pam went to Pudgies at 1 1:45 PM with her pajamas on. 
Remember our first senior party on the night of the Class of '81 graduation. 
Remember when Janine lost her purse at the Christmas party. 
Remember when Sharon prayed for snow so she could go skiing. 
Remember when Sharon went down nightly to visit Brian with her PJ's on. 
Remember when MJ had Mudd on her face. 
Remember when Gwen and Debbie were the Resident beauticians. 
Remember the mysterious muncher who ripped things off from the refrigerator. 

Remember how Sandy S. was losing weight without trying but the rest of us couldn't drop an ounce if we tried. 
Remember how often Mark was accused of being "inappropriate." 



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Loudest 

Sandy Stanzione 



Funniest Laugh 

Debbie Blosser 



Most Cheerful 

Tanya Smith 





ist Creative Class Clown Class Procrastinator 

Cheryl Holt Robin Welker-Duttry Mary Ellen McKissick 


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The Class of 1982 





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Latest 

Colleen Crowley 



Class Flirt 

Marsha Hofer 



Quietest 

Mary Jo Lecker 




Best Dressed 

Kylinn Stone 



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Mark McDonald Janet Burd 




Most Studious 

Peggy Cartwright 



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Class Wills 



I, Teresa Artley, will a teaspoon of confidence to Mary Jo Leprechaun, mankind to Marsha, a one way ticket to 

Boston for Debbie, most of my future to Mike and lots of love and luck to the class of 1982. 
I, Alice Bartlow, will my smile to the non-smilers of the junior class. 
I, Sandy Berkheiser, will my exceptional babysitter to anyone who needs a second "mom" for their children 

while attending school. 
I, Debbie Blosser, will Tes (and Mike) 84 shingles for her hope chest, Sue Eckley a mailbox full of letters, and 

to my honey, Geoff, I will a rolling stone and drugs. 
I, Janet Burd, will my position as Mother Superior of "The Convent" to any junior who feels she can handle it. 
I, Peggy Cartwright, will lots of love, laughter and sunshine to my family, my wrinkles to Bud, my bottle of 

White Out to Gwen, and to all of my friends of the class, I will much success & happiness. 
I, Pam Conrad, will my ability to stay in school without reading and studying the night before a test to anyone 

who hates it as much as I do. 
I, Colleen Crowley, will to my little sister, Hope Little, my ability to go out Thursday nights and still be able to 

function on Friday. 
I, Robin Welker-Duttry, will my exceptional ability to slide to success to any junior who will need it. 
I, Brenda Furtak, will my listening ear to anyone who knows the frustrations and rewards of taking time to 

listen. 
I, Marsha Hofer, will Barb Philbin my little black book of assertiveness hints and numbers to try them on. 
I, Cheryl Holt, will my ability to easily divert myself with arts and crafts rather than school work to anyone 

willing to accept this test. 
I, Barbie Hoover, will my faith and security of God to all who attend nursing school. 
I, Saralynn Jacobs, will my good looks, charm and ability to bullshit to Sandy Erickson. 
I, Vickie Lenhart, will to Holly Bailey my ability to stay out all night, study minimally and still survive this con- 
vent. 
I, Mark McDonald, will to Dave Hitesman and John Hlavnicka my ability to be inappropriate in any situation, 

and to Steve Holcolm, I will a list of 1001 reasons my anecdotal is late. 
I, Janine Mcgill will my ability to take a test and pass on Monday with sleep deprivation to anyone who needs it. 
I, Mary Ellen McKissick, will my ability to do a careplan or a G&D paper in one night to any underclassmen 

who is stupid enough to put it off until the last minute. 
I, Sharon Miller, will my ability to take a test on Monday morning suffering from sleep deprivation, and pass, 

to anyone who needs it. 
I, Denise Nihart, will one can of hair spray to anyone who needs to have their hair plastered. 
I, Nancy Panko, will my 45 minute drive twice daily to anyone suffering from temporary insanity. 
I, Sheila Schwab, will my ability to function on a minimal amount of sleep to any underclassmen that likes to 

keep late hours. 
I, Tanya Smith, will Christian Hope (Not to be confused with shallow optimism) to any and all who would 

receive the gift of life — Jesus Christ. 
I, Gwen Stamets, will my maturity and sense of responsibility to the junior class. 
I, Sandy Stanzione, will Barb Philbin my shoes in order to follow in my footsteps. 
I, Kylinn Stone, will all of my laxatives and antacids to anyone who needs them during careplans, tests, or other 

stressful situation. 
I, Donald Swanson, will my sex appeal, or lack thereof to any male nursing student who thinks he can handle it. 
I, Laurie Doty Wagner, will my ability to finish G&D papers on time to Lisa Smith. 
I, Linda Weinhardt, will to Ann Mitchell and Hope Little my ability to withstand this place and survive. 
We, Alice and Janet, will our ability of sneaking males to our floor on weekends to any junior who dares to try. 
We, Sharon and Janine, will room 418 to the occupants of 318. 

We, Peggy and Gwen, will our good housekeeping techniques and the shovel to get through to any underclass- 
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Senior Directory 



Mary Altebrando 
RD#2 Box 360A 
Williamsport Pa. 17701 

327-8227/5-21-54 



Robin Welker Duttry 
1137 Locust St. 
Montoursville, Pa. 17754 
368-2894/4-8-56 



Sharon Miller 
Box 3264 RD#3 
Berwick, Pa. 18603 

752-4344/8-27-57 



Teresa Artley 
RD#1 Box 35C 

Muncy Valley, Pa. 17758 
584-4673/12-27-61 



Brenda Furtak 

RD#2 

Middleburg, Pa. 17842 

374-4830/2-10-61 



Denise Nihart 
415 S. Summit St. 
Lock Haven, Pa. 17745 
748-6137/1-13-61 



Alice Bartlow 
303 Lincoln St. 
Muncy, Pa. 17756 
546-3415/2-28-61 



Marsha Hofer 
1206 Mulberry St. 
Montoursville, Pa. 17754 
368-1024/6-6-61 



Nancy Panko 

34 Linnet La. 

Lock Haven, Pa. 17745 

748-3860/9-3-43 



Constance Barto 
3 Lincoln St. 
Avis, Pa. 17721 
753-5061/8-21-55 

Sandra Berkheiser 
810 Center St. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 
322-2539/10-5-55 



Cheryl Holt 
P.O.Box 217 
Howard, Pa. 16841 
625-2351/5-17-60 

Barbie Hoover 

501 Sylvan Drive 

S. Williamsport, Pa. 17701 

322-7983/7-9-61 



Sheila Schwab 
Box 404, Silver Ave. 
Lamar, Pa. 16848 
726-3864/2-11-60 

Tanya Smith 
IB Timberland 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 
322-3689/11-9-58 



Deborah Blosser 

515 S. Spring Garden Ave. 

Carlisle, Pa. 17013 

249-2720/5-12-61 



Saralynn Jacobs 

120 West Willow St. Apt.D 

Carlisle, Pa. 17013 

249-7341/11-18-57 



Gwendolyn Stamets 
90 Houston Ave. 
Montgomery, Pa. 17752 
547-6203/7-9-46 



Janet Burd 
643 Green St. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 
322-6485/11-21-61 



Mary Jo Lecker 
540 Chestnut St. 
St. Mary's, Pa. 15857 
834-3756/2-23-61 



Sandra Stanzione 
68 Overhill Rd. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 
322-6035/5-16-61 



Peggy Cartwright 
587 W. Main St. 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 17815 
784-0926/8-1-60 



Vickie Lenhart 
621 Ames Place 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 
322-4027/8-17-61 



Kylinn Stone 

P.O. Box 25 

North Bend, Pa. 17760 

923-0244/4-28-61 



Kathy Coleman 
912 Claire Rd. 
Montoursville, Pa. 17754 
368-1946/8-26-61 



Mark McDonald 
125 Parkway Rd. 
St. Mary's, Pa. 15857 
834-2404/12-25-57 



Donald Swanson 
117 N. Main St. 
Clarendon, Pa. 16313 
723-5974/3-20-56 



Pamela Conrad 
Star Route, Box 8A 
Lock Haven, Pa. 17745 
748-2779/4-25-61 



Janine McGill 
Box 163 

Riverside, Pa. 17868 
275-3116/12-20-57 



Laurie Doty Wagner 
400 S. High St. Apt7G 
Selinsgrove, Pa. 17870 
374-0458/11-19-61 



Colleen Crowley 
115 Pitney St. 
South Waverly, Pa. 
888-0177/8-12-61 



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Mary-Ellen McKissick 
RD#4 Box 25 
Wellsboro, Pa. 16901 
724-2961/1-31-61 



Linda Weinhardt 
1110 High St. 
Williamsport, Pa. 17701 
326-0747/1-20-60 




I . Demse Nihart, 2. Kathy Coleman. 3. Mary Altebrando. 4. Janine McGill. 5. Deb Blosser. 6. Nancy Panko, 7. Janet Burd, 8. Tanya Smith, 9. Pam 
Conrad, 10. Marsha Hofer, 11. Sharon Miller, 12. Sandy Berkheiser, 13. Brenda Furtak. 14. Mary-Ellen McKissick. 15. Vickie Lenhart. 16. Teresa 
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17. Robin Welker-Duttry, 18. GwenStamets, 19. Linda Weinhardt, 20. Barbie Hoover, 21. DonSwanson, 22. Connie Barto, 23. Mart Jo Lecker, 24. 
Sandy Stanzione. 25. Colleen Crowley, 26. Lynn Jacobs, 27. Sheila Schwab, 28. Peggy Cartwright, 29. Alice Bartlow, 30. Mark McDonald, 31. 
Kylinn Stone, 32. Cheryl Holt. 33. Laurie Wagner. 



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Also A Greek Gormet Section 

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It's Safe-It's Easy-It Works 

— one of the World's most outstanding 

new Weight Loss Products — 

"Aerobic Exercise" 

Natural Organic Cosmetics 

Custom Fitted Bras 

"For Club In Your Area" 

Nutri-Trim 748-6667 

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505 Market Stmt 

Willwmsport, PA. 17701 

Phone (717) 326-1244 

Pressure Sensitive Libels 
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31 West Fourth Street 
WillijLTisport, PA 17701 



Telephone 
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From: Joey's Place 

505 Washington Blvd 
Williamsport, PA 17701 

Specializes in Subs & Pizza! 
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To The Shores Of Briar Bay, 

We are so proud of Our "Nurse Nancy" 

That we just have to say: 

"Congratulations, Sweetheart, 

You've Come A Long, Long Way!" 

Congratulations to the Class of '82 

From the parents, sisters and 

brothers of Nancy Panko 



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to Nancy Panko and 

All the Members of the 

Class of '82 for continued 

Success in the future 

George Panko, Jr. 

Margie and Tim Panko 

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Williamsport, PA 17701 

(717)322-4887 

Tony Aloisio 



PIZZA PLUS 

510 5th Ave 

Pizza, Sub, Stromboli 

FREE DELIVERY 

(within 5 mi Radius) 

$5.00 Minimum 

323-3224 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Class of 1982 

Lakatos Pharmacy 

1100 Washington Blvd. 

Williamsport, PA 17701 

Phone 322-9580 







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Congratulations Class of '82 
Home of Clinic, Nurse-Mates, Naturalizer Stores 
to serve your Footwear & Hosiery needs. Natura- 
lizer Specialty Store, Lycoming Mall, Main St. 
Lock Haven, Market St. Lewisburg, Allen St. 
Downtown State College. 



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947 Louisa St. 
Williamsport, PA 


HOAGIES 


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323-5268 



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SOMMERS DISTRIBUTOR 

Jack L. Sommers 

Potato chips-Pretzels 

Phone 322-0262 

67l-5th Ave. Williamsport, PA 



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— JEWELER — 
Diamonds — Watches — Jewelry 



46 West Fourth St. 



Williamsport, Pa. 17701 



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smarI shop 



Lycoming Mall 
Downtown Lock Haven 



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Williamsport, PA 17701 

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People of 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

CLASS OF 1982 

DICE 

Surgical and Home 

Health 

Center Inc. 



47 East Third Street 

Williamsport, PA 17701 

Phone 322-0656 



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UNIFORMS 

for the 

Nurse, Lab Assistant 

Career apparel for everyone! 

The Uniform Shop 

All Pine Street 

between the Maternity Shop and 

Youngland 

Phone: 323-5805 Hours: 10 - - 5 

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Blanchard, PA 

Phone 962-2578 

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The Uniform Shoppe 

384 E. Walnut St. 
Lock Haven, PA 17745 

CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS of '82 

Serving Medical Personnel 
Beauticians, Waitresses, and Barbers 

Marg Beach Also colored tops, smocks, 
748-2496 slacks and accessories (cap 

tacs, scissors, emblems, 

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Diamonds 
Watches 



Solid Gold Jewelry 

The Perfect Thing 

1 1 3 West Fourth Street 

Williamsport, PA 17701 

Phone 322-6740 



China 
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SHOE SERVICE 

ORTHOPEDIC WORK 
and 

ALL SHOE REPAIRS 

53 East Third St. 
Williamsport, PA 










CONGRATULATIONS to 
CLASS of '82 

Chris Vuocolo Hair Styling 
Precision Hair Cutting 

for Men & Women 
Open Mon thru Friday 
Call for appointment 
35 Bellefont Ave. 
Lock Haven, PA 



748-2102 



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Belter's Appliance 

326-2073 

277 E. Third Street 

Williamsport, PA 17701 



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Market/Hepburn 

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Williamsport, PA 17701 

326-2474 



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Williamsport, Pa 17701 

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OUTLET STORE 

"The Outlet Store for Outdoor People" 

Woolrich, PA 17779 

Open 9am to 5pm Daily Closed Sundays 

FREE PARKING 



COMPLIMENTS 

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NEYHARTS INC. 



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120 EAST MAIN STREET 
LOCK HAVEN, PA PHONE 748-2966 

Complete Selection of Artcarved 
Diamonds and Matching Wedding Bands, 
Attendant's Gifts and Wedding Invitations 






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322-1414 



POOLE'S SUNOCO 

AAA 

Ryder Truck Rentals 

Dave McCarty 300 MARKET STREET 

Owner SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 17701 



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The Class of '82 

Underwood Greetings 

Fund Raising Campaigns 
Candy Novelties Candles 
601 Woods Ave. 
Flemington, PA (717) 748-7251 



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RESIDENCE (717) 322-5101 




FOUR EAST THIRD STREET / WILLIAMSPORT. PENNSYLVANIA 17701 



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God, 


My Family, Friends, 


and My Children, 


Tammy and Shane 


for all their support. 


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Jean C. Balliet 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Bitner 

Mr. & Mrs. John Coleman 

Robert & Jean Dekett 

Mr. & Mrs. Lester E. Derr 

Mr. & Mrs. Fred C. DeWire 

Bernard Downey 

Mr. & Mrs. Roger Alan Duttry 

Mr. & Mrs. Harold E. Erdley 

Jim & Donna Erickson 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Furtak 

Kurt A. Holt 

Mr. & Mrs. William H. Holt 



Mr. & Mrs. Horace K. Jacobs 
Mr. & Mrs. William Lecker 
Mr. & Mrs. William G. McDonald 
Robert & Rosemary A. McKissick 
Mr. & Mrs. Ray T. Schwab 
Mr. & Mrs. T. L. Siegfried 
Dorothy Sommers & family 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Spotts 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis A. Stanzione 
Mr. & Mrs. Gary Stone & Bryce 
Susan & Rick Troxel 
Unger's Sporting Goods 
Mr. & Mrs. Gary Weinhardt 
Dr. Robert A. Zaccaria 



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PATRONS 


Miss Adrianne E. Avillion 


Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Hopkins 


Mr. & Mrs. George Bartlow & 


family Patricia J. Jansson 


The Bee Hive 


Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Kahler 


Irene L. Burd 


Mr. & Mrs. Sedley E. Kreisher 


Michael, John & Robert Burd 


Luria's 


Mr. & Mrs. Leon F. Blosser 


John Marshall's 


Mrs. Gladys Cellini 


Helen M. McCarty 


James W. Chadwick 


Mr. & Mrs. Bernard C. McGill 


Judy Coup 


Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Nihart 


Mr. & Mrs. Richard Dunkle 


Mr. & Mrs. James K. Plankenhorn 


E. & L. Restaurant 


Robert Shadle 


Mrs. Myrtle Ellis & family 


Mr. & Mrs. James Sheatler 


Edith L. Fantaskey 


Mr. & Mrs. C. L. Smith, Sr. 


Friend of Class of 1982 


Mr. & Mrs. John B. Smith 


Mrs. Margaret Furtak 


Mr. & Mrs. C. Clair Souter 


Mrs. Maria Gustafson 


Jeffrey Tate 


Emeline Henderson 


Kathy Temple 


Mr. & Mrs. Howard Hinkle 


Mrs. Minnie Ulmer 


Mrs. Helen L. Hofer 


Mr. & Mrs. Freeman G. Vonada 


Nancy E. Hood 


Wood Chips 


Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Hoover 


Sanford L. Zinck 




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James R. Bastian, M.D. 

Dr. William R. & Margene Brink 

Dr. Charles E. Cole 

Richard A. Cozine, M.D. 

George A. Durrwachter, D.M.D., P.C. 

Dr. & Mrs. Robert J. Durrwachter 

Dr. William T. Ford 

Gehron & Sandy Urological Associates 

Drs. C.E. Heid & F.W. Parker 

Dr. & Mrs. John Knight 

Charles E. Kolb, M.D. 



Edward N. Moser, M.D. 

R.W. Pfeil, M.D. 

Schopfer & Ginter, Associated 

Spencer J. Servoss, M.D. 

H. Joseph Suter, M.D. 

Richard F. Tignor, M.D. 

Dr. Robert A. Updegrove 

Dr. Robert L. Vanderlin 

Dr. & Mrs. Charles Wasilewski 

Robert Yasui, M.D. 






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PROFESSIONAL SPONSORS 



William R. Beltz, M.D. 

Michael S. Bumagin, M.D. 

Cornerstone Family Health, P.C. 

Herbert A. Ecker, M.D., D.D.S. 

Dr. Daniel R. Gandy 

James L. Harrison, M.D. 

Soo W. Hong, M.D., T.A.C.S. 

Drs. Lyons, Cooper, Nelson, Hippie & Georgy, P.C. 

Dr. & Mrs. Matthew M. Mansuy 

Dr. Jorge A. Querimit 

Nancy S. Story, M.D. 

William D. Todhunter, M.D. 

West Branch Radiological Associates, Inc. 

R.W. Williams, M.D. 

Williamsport Orthopedic Associates, Ltd. 

Dr. John C. Winter 




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Congratulations to 

the Senior Class. 

(we wish we were in 

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Friends, neighbors, countrymen, 
Lend me your ear whilst I tell you such a tale of woe - 
Nursing is no bed of roses 'ere by chance someone has told you so. 
Then again I recollect — that yes it may be so . . . 
For it seems we roll into many a thorn as along the way we go. 
Indeed it isn't all that bad, there is some joy to share. 
For just as the roses bloom, we've grown patience, love and care. 
And now as at last we leave this habitation . . . 
We rejoice - We've reached our CELEBRATION! 





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